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    So quick and easy to make. This is really simple but lovely and filling, the fragrances of the basil and the lemon go together so well and it really takes only ten minutes to make as you can grate the parmesan while the pasta is cooking. This recipe is from a newspaper recipe section.

    Recipe #179736

    This is my favourite beans recipe ever, from a supermarket recipe card of all places. It's absolutely wonderful and seems to work just as well with other types of beans ie pinto or cannellini. As I'm too lazy to soak dried beans overnight, I use canned ones instead and it's still lovely - perhaps it would be even better if I followed the recipe properly and used dried beans, but I really don't think you need to.

    Recipe #179690

    This is a recipe from a southern italian cookbook that I rediscovered recently. It's so simple to make but totally gorgeous and very filling. You can serve it hot or cold - I think it's much nicer cold and tastes even better the day after making it. You could maybe use a little less olive oil than the recipe calls for, personally I prefer to use about about two thirds as much as directed - but have posted the recipe as it was written originally.

    Recipe #179527

    This is so simple to make and very more-ish. I found it in an old book of my mum's, years ago and have loved it ever since. It's a wonderful comfort food, even though it doesn't have anything *bad* in it. You can eat it warm or cold but I think it tastes better cold. One last thing, the recipe only calls for a tiny bit of salt, black pepper and cayenne but I always add slightly more (not having the most refined palate lol).

    Recipe #179356


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